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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 June 1859

Local Intellgence. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, it FumjmLD EVERY THURSDAYMORNING . D. THOBUKN. Office Masonic Hall Building, a few Doors East ot the Court Uouse, ST. CLAIBSVILLE, OHIO. TERMS OF SVBSCR1PTI0.K. Siarle sabseriber, per.anuu-, J Tm rasa, arrive audBDaards.cai.il. I JfjyV'beTe deduction Is made to clnbs, paya-ent Is required sw etly ia advanea-.JI TERMS OF ADFERTlSIXa. One aqasre, leu lines notipaxeil, or less, three tsjsertiene, 1 00 Back additional insertioa. Oas sasare, three muntka. 9 5" eiz " twelve 6 GO Two- , three ' Jj , . e sn - twe've " W Oas fourth of a column, three months, t , ...... six- 900 t.e've 1-i on Oaeaalfofacolumn. three J CO .., six is on .. ..ma - twelve - 9-00 One column, three moalljs. 15 00 fix " SS 01! twelve " . 40 00 ' jry We are determined to make The Chronicle snore iler.linr to tbe general reader than it has ver hereto lore beea and ask and ejpeel an in creased interest tn its wellars by the reliant Ke ablicansor Belmoat county. Fi ienda, ahall ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 30 June 1859

OCT A cfir?'fid ' f The Boston Kul.wbj traveled to V Pemk Greeley, write fn in 8tattn 15: a n ..'miraiili' tratell ti? companion I Mr. Groel-y. .ill. ... i,.r,,.n...ble tu,.A .! tiuuioruos experience aim ii.irlliltil aneioiiie,, philosophy that nciiln'r Irtts nor grumble J at anooyaucra, and mi lys benignant coumefiauee.radianl with clear conscience sound digestion, and abundance of the milk ol human kindne.. Occasionally, when crossing rivulets on foot, h sinks in mire to the kuees, hut maintains his serenity undisturbed. In auius ng the marvelous little Ida," he shames hur mother altogeth er in the use of -bnhy talk, and other seductive a-ts to captivate intant affeciiona. To-day we met a party of returning Ohio emigrants, who had uired their wagon ia a akugh, lrom which thtr weary cattle were unabie to extricate it. lie gave a few com mon sense directions about using the sp da, and then took hold of the lever and pried at the wheel with a vast deal of vim. Xedit wbile, one of the...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 July 1859

lEfuiwi m mm vl. , VOL. 3, NO 28.1 TTkTn",in,T T Tfvr7l ST. CLAIHSV1LLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1859. EHCE, THE OF PJUBHCAHISM." WHOLE NO. 1089 Original Poetry. Long Ago. Tbe wtB, sweet moon i imiling fcinlly, JJobeS I misty vestments pale. -, And her face 'oaks meek and saintly, " -; Gleaming through a aiverVoil. :- ' : Brhjhl andfeaiehitas Elyatom, ' '' ' - geenu thisferthot bliss anil woe, . '.. Arl mam eniraneed in visions V Of the dreamy Long Ago. .- ' ' ' .'. ,TU wt of tl glorious ages ,' 4. Of the Past, that 1 would inf. -i '. s, iJot of poets, priests, or aagci, j '. Heroes, wamors,or kings: Notof wondrous relics olden, i ' v Which the earth w ith grandeur straw; iSntof moments, bright arid golden, ' , in the radiant Long Ago. ... bit when wandering liroogh ihe wtidwrood, , . Pr mJ she- rain sudden tears, as:' i As 1 see, afar, my childhood, ". . Smiling through the mista of years, r-. Throngs tiaa aisle of memory ever. - -.". .' ! These sweeidreams will come and gcc.'- The...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 July 1859

THUR5r.k' 3JOKMNG, JULY 7, 1859 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. JOB OoyERSOB, WILLIAM ' DENNISOtt, Jr, Of Traukiiu Cetmt)'. TuK L1ETTTOAST TJOVKEKOS, ROBEUT a KIEIL Toft AUDITOR OF STATE, ROBERT W, TAYLOR, f"Ut SECRIT4BT OF STATE, ADDISON P. RUSSELL. IREAbURER OF STATE, ALFRED P. STONE, TOM, lUrBEUE IV DCS, WILLIAM Y. GHOLSON. TUR MEMBE& BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK., ; john B. gueg ory. , , , E fCHOOL CtlNMISSIOirEK, '. t .. ANSON SMYTH; DISTRICT TICKET. ' -"FOB STATE SESATOE, MARSHAL McCAXL. FOB STATE BOABD OF EQDALIZATIOD, ARCHIEOLD C. RAMAGE. (&Tbe St. "Louis Democratic County Convention passed resolutions repudiating the principles of the Cass-Hofer letter. . OtTTAe Xational Era is to be conducted by to Putt, Esq., of Cincinnati, bo is to ba Republican paper. Dti Bailey has left the control and settlement of his affairs to ilr. Piatt. ' '- ' " , C3A terrible Rait Road accident occur red on the jfichi fan Southern road, near South Bend, on the evening of the 2Sil of June, by which 33 p...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 July 1859

Local Intelligence. THE EVERY THURSDAYMORNING D.;THOBUKN. Office Masonic Hall Building;, a few Door at el tbe Court Beam, 6T. CLAIKSVILtE, OHIO. - TERMS CP SUBSCRIPTION. ingle sb.eril.r, par annu-, - -. . 1 SO T dshofFive aad epwarda. eat. h, I Si . ITpWber deduction a clabe, psya. is required aw ctly ia a!vaee.ill . TEAMS OF MUPER T1M1MO. nuunn. tea lines aoauareil. ar leas, three lnsertrcs. tl W Sack additional iasertioa, S- Oaa Him, tbraa assaults. " twelv - " Ttra- tare . w - an " 7 OS - ' ' twelve " 10 ue Om faartk of a colaaia. tlirc atanthe, " - an . t Ml - i elv " ' li ou Oa half of a collar, thraa eix . - IS uu . twelv " S 00 Oaa eamma. thre saoaths. . IS 00 . - ix CS Oil twelve . . . 40 u ffTITi arc determined ta aiak Tba Chronicle Snore interesting im tkc taaaral reader loan it has ever aerelo tor, Deea aaa aw aaa eipecv aa -rreesee iataraat ia ilawellare by tbe gallant Re aUicensef Belenml cava it. Fi leads, aball we , JQBEA IN IIIND, The Chronicle contains awa readiac m...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 7 July 1859

Slave Marriages. Ac i:if-!vi i r Mrl has jul !ecn eub i; :'t-il by 'h.' '"!Bf n'k'a of the tJoutli Car t Ej -i-i .':.rih,at t'icir session in iSi3, in .-re;;.-c to tre marriages of e!Tes. Th following is the suotsnce of the deci iut arrived at by t!ie cumraittee. The re lation of I.url.and mil i e is declared to.be l :V ioe inbtiiut oi., and to be equally birjl iwj on the slave a, on the waiter. Tlie in-jiff-ion of the Sav our lorbidiiine the sep aration of husband acd wife isclliatory on the toaster, acd t-vtfy Disster a'uould so reg ulate the disposal of (he slave as nut to in fringe the diuicS injunction. Voluntary abandorMi.ent Oa the part of married slave ought to cunts ilhiu the same rale aa io the ccse o' a free person; but when the abandonment is involuntary, and caused by circumstances without the control of the parties, the refusal to allow a second would often produce uitich evil and hardship; but, in iving its eanctiou to such second mar riages, the Convention would do s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 July 1859

in ft a no 29.1 ST. GL'All "SNTEIUGEJTCSL SHE EULWAfc&OF BSPUBHGM? -r- r -- TOM 'Micaimna lor lasu;aiicrfi3ato Joseph Woodrolfe, Agent,' WHOLE NO. 1010 Selected Poetry. Mrs. Branch's Boy. Julia Bunch. the strong-minded advocate of oman a rights, i the author of the following lines: . . ilf tttds boy lie sleeping. Stirless now Are the bare feet,so quick and reailrae lately, ' And the blue eyes beneath bis thoughtful brow : AH closed sedately. One band Ilea hid among the locks that float la careless grace, apon the yielding pillows; Tbe other on his breast rides like a boat On Summer billows. - About the coach, where they his waking bide, j His whilom playthings lie in rare couluaioa; ' And underneath the shoes he thought to hide In sate seclusion. lie calmly si reps. The wind moans at the door, And in tbe room the 6nlubt's fitful f learning Makes pleasant tbadowson his critnsuc floor 1 all -dreaming. . - 1 ; 1 . 1 are afar tbe veiled, uncerta in land . That in (more waits his man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 July 1859

Ut Crimen! drrjonidc - o ST. CLATRSVILLE THtJRSDAY MORNING, JULY' 14, 1S59 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOB SuTSEHl'B, Y1LMAITC DENTSISOJ,, Jr. rcK LIErTEItST GSVF.BSO, tJOBERT C. HlUIt. f UR AUDITOR OF ST1TE, rOBERT W. TAYLOK. Tv SECEETaBY or STATE, 1DDI OX P.HISSELL. , - EOX TF.EASURER OF STATE, ALI'HED P. STOVE. FOR SUF8EME JUDGE, WILLIAM Y. GHOXSO.V FOB MEKBEB BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK, ' lOIIX B. OKCGOKV. Fob school comnissiobeb, anson snnu. DISTRICT TICKET. FCB STATE SEtUTOX, MinSH.il.L McCALL. . FOB STATE BOABD OF EQUALIZATIOO, ARCI1IBULD C. RAM AGE (j-A carrisge propelled by steam pasted ever the road frrnn Trenton to Philadelphia It made good time ahd showed a pott er of X ing Jjp tcep bills, not before credited t)CrMAT. Wabd, the murderer of Butlee, the ichool teacher, has re:ent!y been ad mitted to the Catholic Church. Ilia brother ia desd. C5"A new trial hae been granted in the Bu Louis breach of promise case Cab stabo vs. Shaw. The fair lady may not get the $100,000 yet. C"The K...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 July 1859

Local Intelligence. THE BELMONT CHRONICLE, IS rCBIJSUF.0 EVERY THURSDAY JIOSNING D. THOBURN. 'Office Masonic Hall Boildine, a few . . . Uoora Eaat ol the Cvart House, ST.' CLA 1H6V1L OHIO. ... TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Siagle subscriber, per anno-.. TaclobofFne awl upwards. sai.Ii. al SO I Si ; J-VkCTCiacuoii hraisdeto clubs, pay-teal . as raqatrea .aw ewy in wwnwfji TERMS or ADrERTISIXe, Oaasqasre. tea lines aeapareil.or len, three . iBserliesis,. Zaca aCditional inssrtloo, Oae square, three moatua, six " twelve " Twa" . three " - six "' . twelve VjSie fourth of a cotomn, three months, .-- eix " " - t else " Oaa hair of a column, three . stx .. twelve " Oa eemmn, tores months, six . . twelre,.". . tl CO as 3 su 4 00 C Ml 4 01 T ins 10 (D Oi 9 Ul li (Ki 16 Ul t 00 IS 00 S3 Oh 44 00 ITrWeareaetermiwaM make The Chronicle . snore interesting to the asaeral reader tbaa it has "' er hereto lore beaa . aid aek and expect aa in ' creasea iatereet in Us waiters by the salient Be " publican of ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 14 July 1859

Wonderful Preservation. The. dai et u! iruiv.io ailK'ut guide, in the i di Ai.rli aiir. i iliua rhown in cirruuis'ai ce narrated bj B.e. Mr. U-re- father, iu bis" Diary oft Clergy nun:' My informant related, that lie mas aon.e yean ago managing i he-p and raitJe t l on nil the Sydney Me, which tomprired some Tatt pin n He iru una tvrning rr-'l-i'iiiaj tired to h i liu!. after a lono;, fruit-1-n; seenh af'er array cattle. li-n by ttie jj!etm of i!ylit, he eaw at a great rii.'auce come bi.ds cii cling in the air over a ctrttio t-fox. ilia firet iicpn're . to on u iihoui tuling' notice of tUi, lot afierar 1 be re flt cttd, ti at probably it mijht be the car esra of one -of she Joet catt!e,- ver whirli ctrrii.n crows t re hovering. He eccurdins ly urged bis hrse tuwari! the pot, and, to his grant surprise, raw a man retling toaz evrrj no rrl then 'umbling down, and faintly endeavoring with big arena to ward iff the tlrvke wlii. h the carrion crows wheeling anur.d hira were pivinj him on...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 July 1859

-IK iNTEIUGENCE, ' THE Bm,fe& JnEJJCA".- i - ST. CLAIKSVJLLK, T11U USD AY, JULY 21, 1859. WHOLE 10U Seleted Poetry. From The N. Y Spirit of the Times. The Pig in the Fence. BY HAZEL GREEN, ESQ. Ohl where are the friomle of the pig in tho fcnev? : Where!" Lcfao rep lies, lie basnone! There were Dumber around hiui a lew moment since, ' Bot mw he is fast, the are ebne. '.on t Only their friendship h" gone llicy are here, ..' Uavortiui; and charging" immense. And joining the throng in afflicting the rear CM the big thai is last in the fence. Their seek not the .causes that placed him between : 1 be rails on! no. wbv should liter care. Since with brif ties erect they can rush to the scene, 1 1 o ptiDMli turn while be is there? Toraiea the try loudly, so all, fur ami near, t Wy i BOjW hidiiio. and hence. .-. Cvnte running to join, them in biting the rear . Ol the pig that is last in the feuce. They would not release him, although it might ' tost -t Vol a step more than taken before; B...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 July 1859

Oc gtlmcnl Ctjrjetiiclc ST. CT. A TFtSVTEXLS THURSDAY M0RMNU.JULY31. 1859 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. I , , r-oBCOVIi, -WILLIAM DCnAflSOX, Jr. tv tiECTEsist hverso, BOBEKT C UIRK. . AtrWTOK O STATE, fOBCBT W. TAl'LOU. Ft' SECBETaBT OF STATE, ADDI'OX P. RUSSELL. ' EoB TBEAVUBEK OF STATS, ALFRED P. STOKE. FOB. SCHEME JUDGE, WILLIAM Y. GIIOLSO. FOB VSMBE EOABD PF rTJBLlfc WORKS, JOflH B. GHCGOItr. FOB SCHOOL CONBUSStOBEB, AXSON 831 Til. DISTRICT TICKET. FOB STATE SESATOB, MARSHALL McCALU FOB STATE BOARD OF EQVALIZATIOD, ARCHIBOLD CRANAGE. fjtlon. Rutcs Choate died at Hallifax, on Tuesdsy, tbs 1 1th inst. He wit a man of marked sbil.tr sod an orstur of wide reputation. 0rThe Gazette cracked tbe "higher Uw fiui,nand it seems to naociate considerably. B ijt ,'vays the Gazette, "this fraud is com pletely exposed in the Cleveland National Democrats - Tb Editor is also mystified about a "Abifc County Rep Uter." Ordinarily, tbe Gazette would no more think of taking the ationa Dar.ociat as author...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 July 1859

Local Intelligence. PEOPLE'S PEOPLE'S CONVENTION. 't - ' t The Feuple of Belmont county, who are opposed to the policy ol the present, Administration, are request fed to meet in '-"- MASS CONVENTION , . AT SATURDAY, Sept. 3, 1359, at 10 o'clock, a. Si., for tha purpose of -nominating a Representative and county tflScers for the ensuing elec tion. r. : By order of the Central Com. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Editoe Cskoxicle: announce ibe name ii'EAKfcON COLEMAN.ua suitable candi date tor ibeofiie ol Coantf Kerortler. subject to the the 3d MEAD TOWNSHIP. . EoiToa Cwroxici-e: Please announce the name of ALONZO P. MILLER, aa cacdidate for the nomination of County Clerk, subject to decision of the Opposition Convention, to be held at Bel GOSHEN. - Edit hi Chrokiclf: Please announce the name I T. W. FAWCfcTT, as a candidal tor the nom ination of Representative, subject to decision of the Opposition Convention, to be held at Belmont, on GOSHEN. Enrrca Cmtontci-E: Phase announce the name f ALEXANDER HA...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 21 July 1859

Obscene Conversation. There is yet eiioilnT thing to- rhicu it may, perhaps. b pruSuble to make an ap plication o thU aulijcci; namely, ubsxcite rinveration. The same essential truth obtain ic the matter uf conversation. We re cautioned ia Sc'ripuire against evil cum nrnnrcalions' in pasting contertatiorl-, aM do sastnr can hate much acquaintance wilb. bnman life, lnJ eiitip.ae his flock to be wittmot need ol warning or ins ruction on this point. One of the Brst-fniiu of youthful evil companionship ia a disposition to employ 'far language). Now, vulgar is a rign of Vulirar feeling; if it be not in the fir ft in stance; it wilt in the end come to that. Ne man ever need ralgar language' but bis soul also become vulgar, and once indulged in, this habit prows as rankly as tjeeds on a dunghill; and when a person carries this habit into manhood, be runs the risk of carrying it to bis grave with him. ' When it is fixed it is a uott difficult babit to core. f ar worse is that state when vic...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 July 1859

ftEW BER1BS, VOL. 3, NO 31. ST. CLA1RSVJLLE, OHIQr THURSDAY rmmiww, the bteafx : of mmumw.:' JULY 2$, 1859. WHOLENOiOlS Selected Poetry. [From The Memphis Appeal.] The Moneyless Man. The Moneyless Man. BY B. T. STANTON. k Ve bo wnl place oa lb face of tbe mji .Whan charity cardletfat where virus has Jnrtfar Wber aoaaanio Berry tnd kindneas will heave. )Aad Uaa poor aad mm Isawly any ask aad reenter nsftaopittM, when tkM. Ami iba 'Wilfbrinc a kti ingcl to open aVBotoi -' Ah! aaafffc tfca wife worM. wherever y eta, . Thaw is a spaa dost far sateniy lea I wan. Gat, laokja vow ban, whan the ehandejfert light ' " itaapfemdorthe darkness of nifbl . :Whrl tha rich haturinv wilwi in hiiU.ui . SwacMfraUyaowawithiutrbBiDiataarcoldi fa Uot heats vaatas, lha wildarinf vaaw ge ihmm ia y r aaaai ti -tad. tt y e, A wilanaaina waita faf amooerlew man. - " mharebe" tha eJood-teaenlr spire. .WIIatpMU lb earn feu aaaa look of no fire; ' yher eolunwis are gorgeous within, - MLtJ wi " P"1 M nl vithwt Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 July 1859

ST. OIiAlR3trrr iT ,Ti THUR8DAY.M0RNING, JULY 28, 1859 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. -.4 - eio Uottsrast wovte, - . v- .a a, omanex ACWTO uf STATS, t- - v feOBCRT W. TAYLOK. zitat ro xp.ETr w ariTe. 3flt ADDD-"' 9. BtJfcSEJLlV , , ' ALTBED aT STOXE. - " ?d s! a.-.: Wr WV .j . j WILLI AB T- 40 HOLSOX ,V JOK'irtirBtaTtoAWM-' ftTBLVC WORKS, t? fori! GPEGOBT. iioACBOP dJPMJseioaSR. -tee i?,4aJ SMYTH.-. DISTRICT TICKET. tii. seVl "STAT SESATOB, ' 3 15 i MARSHA LL aetAll- j ' ! .fOR STJt BOARD ltJAtI2AII0n, , AKCHIBOLP C RAMAGE. .;. (rTh JUryUnd Chanocr.tic Bute Convention aioplf 4 reaohitiona endorsing tHepoby of Uift Admuiatralion, with regard la-tMTfgliU of (oralized citizens. Troaira Fcia Oscim, I., King of waef,died at Stockholm, on. the 8th of JulH waa torn 6n' the. 4th of July, J799, jjie ha beeq rery popular ruWr. thje4t Houe of Kepres:otaUeavnaie liaeMiXcr Tha.'lw.HarTia, oflllioois. Cyrus 1fnkffmiran'AT'Hliani-A. Good, ol fTBe'bWof Wight before the Kansas nafUobnat ponvewiioo. declar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 July 1859

Local Intelligence. :iDE belhost: chronicle, "EVERt THURSDAY MORRLVQ, -I. THOB-DHIT. . egTree MtmK Uall Baildiaf, few Deors tut at theCe-rt Hw"ee, --'"" OUMHSVIIXE, OHIO. .. . '4 V JMJd tBMBCMSrTIOM: '.WvswISsakswikav. sar awaa-w, '""; arWaaieh-efFtve eJasmwsan.aiB. " ti n i ss -: - rrTkm deduct! a saee h dab, kkyssat - . jtra(sired sir etly i vaae-J3I ,. . ..... ' t OS 8S M 4 OS " W 4 W tUkMwal kaoartlaw, "' t HN,1ta saoaahs. a, , - kt - 1 a.al.ii 1 a n-iol ' :' K . f--1 MM1 ' Tare ec jriea- "1 ,! i iu t -.. i 7 US :-irf' i-!! v 1 " b avwrth ere asasavav vkeee maarta. 1 ' ', ' i Si ' .....' 'swerve' t Im -.vBaJ:eak-. ' .- ' A B73 U twelve - t 0 OM eeMma.tfcrae avlrtueT 'i"-' IS 00 n s ou .. f-ihr , .. ,.- " . f t . TIT W in determined tej make The Chronicle -' more Ihterestlas t ike general reader tfcaa it tea, eve; terete tore been end aak and expect aa In ' erees interest i hs welfares Ik gallant e- pllcaef Belmont coeaty., T teada, shall w 5" 5Bt IIT jtlHD" WfctaMi 'eimt.ra. -bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 28 July 1859

The Farm & Garden. Manuring the Wheat Crop. [From The Country Gentleman.] In tbe palm days of whrat-frowiag in M'eslern nd Central Nar Tort, tht s piitstlon ol active manure directly to (hi CT'p was nut grnerslljr prattled. The opinion widely prevailed that eoch course aa injurious, by slimulstfng a heavy gr.iwtb wf straw at tbe X!we of the f rain, and is the rsnknese and succulence of the former, ' uc-reas!n tbe liability to lodge, and tend . ing alao to produce rust and mildew in tbe tending grain. In some instances, to doubt b'gh roanorinp; baa been followed by auch results, but in many mofe large crop of wheat have rewarded (he application. We taok occaaioo aome eight year ago, to urge tbe subject npon tbe attention of our brother farmers, and the current of events influen cing the wheat crop daring that tine, hae . trongbt it iar more forcibly upon their at "tentioB. " We throw away our aeed and labor, now days, in sewing any bat rich, wartn.euirk aoila to wheat. We mast ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 August 1859

MM E HE FN ,J i.r V. 'HTELUGENCE, THE EULWAHE OF BEPUBLICAIHSM." tir Hi sir: NEW iiEkltti, VOL. a NO 32. ST. CLA1KSV1LLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1859. WHOLE NO. 1013 Selected Poetry. A Beautiful Poem. (N. F.WiHis'swr '" the poem ajuwxed-It U in taolne eima. oj its pet name, ana Sbooirfi besaufal tbroortioat, it has nmt two or cam n asses cfwif ran -oriiitlit, Tbe wrkerof aUaal leva bom letw at a lady who ssieloass it u me) we a factor etri. wbo oy tne labor of bar owa hand, secured the money far h- r stcU.-idabe is oewlwsaty- tour years W a,aad wpporung bene if by varwoe m other -Ma. -boa Uosia Ht is yet loba famous 1 ana Uie." Tbu run the verses: ' " BABY BUNN. 1b taneoroebaby Bunn! ' " ' ' ' "' : "' Brighter Utaa lb um tbt rise '. r Jn ibe dusk evenine skies. -.. ,, Browser than. Ibe robin1 wing, -Cknret fbaa a woodland apriiig, , , t Aiettatejasef Baby Bunn - ,v .;V .J .n-j Wiimamu baby Bum! . ,v. ?.. v .rla, maUMfc orailef ' ' ' j," Tniabmg ao.il all while . , .' 0( a tender,...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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vuce the material and moral strength l the coBfBfr. Tiie rial's of'LegiItiun bave teen lh ' theater (or the display jf Ihe oratory of bartizan de in i rogues, whose chief object seem to be to exasperate via half of the Uuion eginst th other. Hther than drains, p. cv meant vf s conference, eea- nres oi public policy wear .adapted to pro me the teal iuteresla of the entire country. The weakness, vacillation and corruption of the present Administration, have brought dingre.ee upon the American- name. Our finance have been neglected,' and the pub-lie-revenue squandered, till the Government baa become bankrupt. . Our 'domestic industry haa been crippled irtf almost proatraled, toy a refusal to adapt oar rev roue laws to the want of the coon try. ' - Oar internal imjrcvcmenu are neglected. and the acknowledged want of i great high war to our Pacific coast, ignored on ac rount of an unreasonably and unnatural jealousy between the North and South. ' Out public lands have been squandered by ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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